Ms Clinton expressed surprise at recent polls that suggest a majority of Americans find her mother dishonest or untrustworthy
Jobs and wages will be the main battleground of November’s mid-term elections
Institutional flaws have held the President back
In annual address, the President says 'too many Americans are working more than ever just to get by – let alone get ahead'
Whistleblower also acknowledged that he might "end up disgraced in a ditch somewhere," saying "[if] it helps the country, it will still be worth it.”
Chris Christie, the embattled governor of New Jersey whose hopes for presidential nomination have been hit by revelations of alleged politically-motivated lane closures and misspending of federal aid, was dealt a new blow last night after the former Olympic sprint and long jump champion Carl Lewis accused him of “intimidation”.
The POTUS has revealed his past as a pot-user. These days, says David Usborne, Barack Obama has other vices
Politicians are used to courting a particular section of society come election time, but in a first for America, it may be the marijuana vote that decides the Florida governor’s race.
Long-awaited speech unveiled some restrictions to America's surveillance policy, but Obama remained largely unapologetic
Homophobia is not the only motive behind these unsavoury measures
Lying low as the lane closure storm blows all about him hasn’t really been an option for New Jersey’s Chris Christie, least of all today. His diary said “State of the State”, the speech every Governor must give at the start of each year just as the President must give the State of the Union. There was no ducking it.
Claims his office accepted a $4.7 bid for TV ads declaring the Jersey Shore open for business that involved his participation rather than a $2.5 million alternative that would not have cast him
The First Lady is bunkered down at the chat show host's sprawling luxury estate in Maui, reports suggest
The US Senate on Monday confirmed Janet Yellen as the new chairman of the Federal Reserve by a vote of 56 to 26.
Research looking at consumer data has found Democrats and Republicans have very different drinking tastes when it comes to alcohol
De Blasio becomes the city's 109th mayor